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WELLIVER: I don't know about what I'm doing, but I love the character.
CONNELLY: Mm-hm. What– what makes you connect to Harry Bosch?
WELLIVER: He's– he's kind of a tormented soul. I– I have a little torment. And he's, uh– he's a guy who has conviction. Lives by a– lives by, uh, his word. He's a man's man.
CONNELLY: Cool. And can you see yourself doing this for about ten years?
WELLIVER: Yeah. I can.
WELLIVER: I absolutely can.
CONNELLY: That's the plan.
CONNELLY: I don't know if they told you that, but that's the plan.
WELLIVER: I'm down with that. When Harry goes into retirement, then, uh– you know, then he becomes, uh, a private eye.
CONNELLY: Alright, cool.
WELLIVER: Are you ready to write those books?
CONNELLY: Uh, yeah. I got `em all up right here. Ready. Ready to go.
WELLIVER: So now let me ask you a question.
WELLIVER: How'm I doing?
CONNELLY: I think you're doing really well.
CONNELLY: Um, I can't believe how good I feel about this. You talk about the tormented soul; there's something going on behind your eyes that's coming out in these, uh– every shot I see, you know, I'm extremely happy. Can't wait to see it all put together.
WELLIVER: I know. Me too.
WELLIVER: Me too.
WELLIVER: I really can't wait.
CONNELLY: Alright. We'll do this again in ten years.
CONNELLY: At this same spot.